Post Tagged with: "Midland"

Dow Gardens Fall Walk attendees chat and enjoy refreshments while waiting for Valentiger to start playing music. Oct. 27, 2017. Midland, Mich. (Delta Collegiate/Jaylie Dice)

Dow Gardens hosts family events for fall and winter

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief MIDLAND – With a crisp fall breeze swaying through the trees, community members followed a lantern-lit path through Dow Gardens as part of its yearly Fall Walk. Visitors were able to purchase locally made donuts, cider and caramel apples from Hemlock’s Jacques Orchard. Dow Gardens will be featuring other holiday-themed events in the next few months. […]

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“Beauty and the Beast” hits the Midland stage

“Beauty and the Beast” hits the Midland stage

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. The cast of “Beauty and the Beast” dance into the audience’s hearts during the group number “Be Our Guest.” (Photo Courtesy/Midland Center for the Arts)   The iconic live-action adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast” had just hit theaters, so there was no better time for Midland Center for the Arts (MCFTA) to put on its […]

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Delta English professor publishes new book

Delta English professor publishes new book

By Jack Rechsteiner, page editor. Larry Levy and Jeff Vande Zande, both of Midland, have been friends for more than 17 years. They met while being involved with the English division at Delta College. Now they both have recently published books, a poetry chapbook and a novel respectively. Vande Zande approached Levy with the idea of an event to spotlight […]

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Radio Wasteland opens their doors to Midland

Radio Wasteland opens their doors to Midland

By Brandi Miller, staff reporter.  MIDLAND– A father-daughter duo have opened up a record store in the Midland area. Jim and Katie Gleason are co-owners of Radio Wasteland. Customers crowded the store for their debut Jan 13. People couldn’t wait to sift through the different genres of vinyl. “We’ve had a great response from the community and record collectors alike,” […]

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Classics, Opera play in local theaters

Classics, Opera play in local theaters

By Isaac DeVille, staff reporter.  Movie-goers at Goodrich Quality theaters are in for a treat this fall and winter.  In the tri-city area, National Cinema Media is focusing on showing operas and classics on the big screen. Flashback Cinema is every Sunday and Wednesday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.  These shows haven’t been seen on the big screen in […]

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Midland High questions sensitive material in classroom settings

Midland High questions sensitive material in classroom settings

By Phoebe Fries, page editor. On Oct. 11, Midland Public Schools English division met with administrators in order to discuss a proposed novel for freshman English classes. The novel “The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian,” written by Sherman Alexie, was called into question by faculty members of Midland High. The meeting resulted in an agreement to teach the […]

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Dag battles hit the ground in Midland

Dag battles hit the ground in Midland

By Erik Hopkins, staff reporter.  For most students, Saturday afternoons are usually an attempt to sleep in late, lounge around the house and do absolutely nothing. But for some Delta students and alumni, Saturday afternoons consist of medieval fashion, realms, and a little thing called Dagorhir, better known as Dag. Dag is a real life battle game that includes full-contact […]

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Buttefly garden blooms in Midland

Buttefly garden blooms in Midland

Photo gallery by Josephine Norris, Photo Editor.

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Patchwork festival stitches together tri-cities

Patchwork festival stitches together tri-cities

By MaCayla Jablonski, Staff Reporter. Saginaw has potential to take over as Michigan’s newest music focal point thanks to Counter Culture’s upcoming festival. The Patchwork Art & Music Festival is held April 8 through 16 in Bay City, Saginaw and Midland. Counter Culture officially opened its doors in April 2015 as a community based arts collective. Co-owners, Benjamin Champagne and Curtis Dalton, […]

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Travelback in time during Homestead Sundays at Midland’s Chippewa Nature Center

Travelback in time during Homestead Sundays at Midland’s Chippewa Nature Center

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time and see how our ancestors lived? The Chippewa Nature Center in Midland hosts Homestead Sundays, from May to September throughout the year from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. All visitors may enjoy the unique experience of visiting a homestead farmhouse, a […]

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